Posts Categorized: Cities
Carsharing: The New Challenges and Opportunities Presented by COVID-19
by Rachel Ehrman
The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the world. It’s affected everyone, every business, every industry. While this time is one that is surely testing us all (hundreds of thousands of clean energy jobs vanished in a few short weeks), it is also a time to pause, reflect, and reshape our work to come out of this difficult time more resilient than before. This is especially true of industries that rely on shared use when many people seek every precaution possible to avoid the virus. Despite its environmental and financial benefits, carsharing is struggling. Read More
Reducing Emissions One City at a Time
by Andrew Chase
Across the United States, local and state governments have committed to reducing carbon emissions and increasing renewable generation. One significant source of emissions is our built environment — residential, commercial and industrial buildings. New York, our nation’s largest city, recently recognized that buildings comprise 70% of its total emissions. The city recently passed the Climate Mobilization Act requiring large buildings to reduce emissions by 40% by 2030–and 80% by 2050. Read More
- Carsharing: The New Challenges and Opportunities Presented by COVID-19
- Faces of EE to COVID: “You might break our stride, but you can’t break our spirit.”
- Optimized Charging for EVs (Part 2): Who GIVs a V2G?
- Emissions Optimized Charging for EVs (Part 1): Should “What” Matter More Than “When”?
- TRCs and Sugar Cookies – a Holiday Review of Cost-effectiveness Testing Practices